Cross country races to state

Kaitlyn Hinkley, Sports Editor

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This year’s cross country team started exactly where they left off last season. Having nine qualify for state in the 2017 season means the Bengals have a good chance of winning the state title again this year, as they did last season for the first time in 30 years.
Following in alum Austin Byrer’s footsteps, senior Joey Perez has shown great promise.
“He has the potential to be the title holder as a state champion,” Coach John Potter said.
“I’m glad I was able to step up and fill Austin’s shoes,” said Perez, who placed first at the 2017 regional meet Oct. 19.
Seniors Sakti Woodbury, Connor Turpin and Mirim Ames will join Perez at the state meet Oct. 28 in Boise.
Juniors Noah Norwood and Matthew McCormick and sophomores Caden Byrer and Panji Woodbury will also accompany the seniors.

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Cross country races to state